Motor Control Centres (MCC) have come a long way since they were introduced in 1937 as a way to save floor space by placing several starters in a single cabinet. Modern processes and facilities now dictate that motor control centres should display a high level of intelligence as well. They must deliver vital operating information; plus provide automation features, optimal control, and critically fast communications to meet even the most demanding applications. Ideally, the best-of the-best must also save installation time and money. Siemens MCCs are designed as self-contained modular units. They come with rear-mounted, self-aligning copper stabs that firmly grasp onto the bus. Brackets also guide the placement of units, further assuring positive engagement with the bus.
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